Nix Beauty In The Breakdown

Nix is an emcee of Chinese-Indonesian heritage who is currently based in Canberra. Nix’s style can be described as sincere and heartfelt, with a boom-bap twist. His music is a reflection of his everyday life. From the tough decisions we have to make in life to the emotions that come with heartbreak, Nix explores topics that almost anyone can relate to, no matter where they are from. Born in Broken Hill and raised in the suburbs of North-West Sydney, Nix developed his love for hip-hop in high school and began to dabble in the art of rhyme not long after. … Continue reading Nix Beauty In The Breakdown

Nix – Dirty Herbs & Comic Books feat. Tycotic & Losty

Nix was born in Broken Hill, raised in North-West Sydney, & currently resides in Canberra. His love for hip-hop developed during his early teenage years from the moment he first heard Ghostface Killah’s opening verse on Bring Da Ruckus. Nix presents his debut mixtape titled The Nixtape, featuring artwork from Jim Mahfood (worked with Ziggy Marley, MF Grimm, Felt, Kevin Smith), and guest appearances from Percee P, Illmaculate, Miss Mich, Dubulay, LHA, Losty, Tycotic and Miss M. Nix has just released a brand new video clip for the track Dirty Herbs & Comic Books featuring Tycotic and Losty. The video was shot and edited by Tycotic (Indigo Embassy).  You can grab The Nixtape for free … Continue reading Nix – Dirty Herbs & Comic Books feat. Tycotic & Losty

Nix – The Nixtape

Nix was born in Broken Hill, raised in North-West Sydney, & currently resides in Canberra. His love for hip-hop developed during his early teenage years from the moment he first heard Ghostface Killah’s opening verse on Bring Da Ruckus. Nix presents his debut mixtape titled The Nixtape, featuring artwork from Jim Mahfood (worked with Ziggy Marley, MF Grimm, Felt, Kevin Smith), and guest appearances from Percee P, Illmaculate, Miss Mich, Dubulay, LHA, Losty, Tycotic and Miss M. You can grab The Nixtape for free download here. Nix One  ||  Facebook  ||  Twitter  ||  Bandcamp Continue reading Nix – The Nixtape